Khun Ning Sraichat Kunchorn Jirapaet is a woman with many roles – a mom, a wife, a working woman who is constantly meeting people. Physical, mental and emotional health, along with beauty requires special attention and Khun Ning has never neglected this ever since the time of her pregnancy up until her delivery.
“If you ask whether I am stressed handling so many duties, my answer is that I am not stressed. I always remind myself that every problem has a solution. If the problem cannot be solved, then it was probably meant to be that way. Now that I have a child, I cannot let my child know when I am stressed. My child puts me into a good mood and there is only laughter at home. Phi Boat is also a funny person. If there is a problem, we discuss it and try to find a solution together.
“The only time I was very stressed was when I had just delivered my baby. It was for a whole month and I had the ‘baby blues’. I am a very hyper person and was used to going out to several places. Then one day I don’t know what happened and my child did not sleep all night. I was like a mad person and I had to carry her all the time. Whenever I put her down, she would cry. Then I would carry her again, feed her milk and then put her to sleep. My life was like this cycle and I thought this would be the end of my life. I couldn’t go anywhere. I used to hear people say that a child brings happiness to one’s life, but here I was struggling. After a month, my child and I began to understand each other. Things improved and my life returned to normal and I was happy again.”
• Looking after her health
“I have very simple ways of looking after my health. I avoid anything that is risky and causes diseases and illnesses because I am a mother. If I fall ill, it will cause a big problem as I have to be careful that my child doesn’t fall ill as well. I look after myself well, take plenty of sleep and rest, drink lots of water and eat healthy food. The most important thing is that I go for an annual health check-up as well as a gynecological check up and this is something I do regularly.
“I would like all women to pay more attention to their health as there are so many diseases nowadays and it can happen to anyone. I have been going for a health check-up ever since I was a teenager. I discovered a cyst when I was 25 years old and went for a mammogram. I was lucky that nothing serious happened and I felt better once I got it removed surgically. After that I would go for an annual check-up and now I go for one every six months.”
• About beauty
“I consider myself lucky as I don’t often have problems with my facial skin. I am only concerned with fatty deposits, cellulite in my hip area. Exercise helps a little, but I saw the immediate effect when I used the AccuSculpt machine at Samitivej. I was very impressed. About 1 kilo of fat deposits disappeared from both sides and it was painless and scarless. I just rested for two days and resumed my work.
“I think medical technology can assist in making us look beautiful without causing any harm and pain. Women today also look after themselves very well. For me, For me, I believe that the phrase “30 and feeling good” can no longer be used for this generation, it should be extended to the age of 40 or even 50.”
• A 360 degree View : Total Solution of Caring
“I think for a woman to be attractive and charming, she must be herself, admit and respect herself for who she is. She must admire and love herself as well. She must also learn to constantly improve herself. I believe that women who update themselves in all areas are charming as they are able to communicate with anyone on any topic. This makes them a person with vision, as today, a woman should not only manage their physical appearance. If we look after our health well then good things will follow.
“Regarding the Total Solutions of Perfect Lady, I think this is a very good concept. If there is a hospital that can look after all aspects of our health, and not just the disease or beauty, it makes us feel a lot better. It will make us feel like a complete woman – both in terms of our health, both internal and external.”